Sunday 16 November marked the fifth anniversary of the Federal Government’s Apology to the Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants with events held around the country to celebrate the occasion. Continue Reading
Every child has the right to grow up in a family and with stable care. This is critical to children’s emotional security, their development, sense of belonging and overall wellbeing. However, there are many children both in Australia and overseas who do not have the benefit of stable family care.
National Adoption Awareness Week (NAAW) runs from 9 to 15 November and recognises that adoption can provide families for children who would otherwise live in institutions or without permanent and loving care. Continue Reading
You’re invited to mobilise in support of the most significant advance against HIV since the introduction of HIV treatments nearly 20 years ago. It’s about ending HIV: 2020 marks the end of the decade and it can also mark the end for new cases of HIV in Australia.
Family and Relationships services have been challenged to engage families well before they ‘break down’ and leave someone to ‘pick up the pieces’. Continue Reading
PEACE Multicultural Services is currently recruiting volunteers to join our volunteer program. Continue Reading
Rapid HIV testing, which can provide results in as little as 30 minutes, is currently offered in some states in Australia (e.g. Queensland, Victoria, ACT and New South Wales).
Rapid testing is now being considered for use in SA; however, before such testing becomes available, the government and the HIV Interagency Taskforce (HIT), led by Gay Men’s Health SA (a service of Relationships Australia South Australia), want to gauge the opinion of gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM) on this important topic.
On 11 September 2014, our Together4Kids team received a NAPCAN Play Your Part Award, recognising their great work with children in the homeless sector. Continue Reading
Last night the exhibition Enslaved in a Magdalene Laundry was opened by artist Anne Newmarch OAM and the Executive Director of the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Jacinta Thompson in Adelaide. There was a large audience in attendance, including the former President of Ireland, Ms Mary McAleese. Continue Reading
The Port Adelaide Suicide Prevention Network is a newly established network aiming to lower the incidence of suicide in our local community and to increase the level of understanding and awareness of supports. Continue Reading
We’re pleased to announce that we have been given $50,000 by the Department of Education and Child Development to create a monument in recognition of those affected by past forced adoption policies and practices. Continue Reading